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Black Sphere (2004) at Kew Gardens

David Nash at Kew - outdoor sculptures

23 May 2012

Visit David Nash at Kew: A Natural Gallery this season. This major art exhibition by a leading British artist includes a series of sculptures, installations, drawings and film throughout the Gardens, glasshouses, and exhibition spaces.


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Close-up of Throne by David Nash

David Nash at Kew - Temperate House sculptures

23 May 2012

Visit David Nash at Kew: A Natural Gallery this season. This major art exhibition by a leading British artist includes sculptures, installations, drawings and film throughout the Gardens, glasshouses, and exhibition spaces.


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Mizunara Bowl by David Nash

David Nash at Kew: A Natural Gallery

23 May 2012

Visit David Nash at Kew: A Natural Gallery this season. This major art exhibition by a leading British artist includes sculptures, installations, drawings and film throughout the Gardens, glasshouses, and exhibition spaces.


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Treehouse Towers at Kew Gardens

Family fun at Kew Gardens

22 May 2012

Browse photos of fun family activities at Kew Gardens. From outdoor and indoor play areas for young children, to our restored Georgian kitchens, there's something for the whole family to enjoy.


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Visiting botanic gardens in the southern hemisphere

by: Anthony Hall, Arboretum team blog
22 May 2012

With the weather being so unseasonably cold in the UK recently, I thought I'd share with you some botanical warmth down under with the highlights of botanic gardens in Sydney, Perth and Singapore.

Rhododendron in the Japanese Garden

Highlights from Kew's 'Capturing Spring' photo challenge

22 May 2012

Throughout March and April 2012, we invited members of our 'Your Kew' and 'Natural Neighbourhood' Flickr groups to take part in our 'Capturing Spring' photo challenge. With many great photos being taken and shared, we invited Philip Smith, Director of the International Garden Photographer of the Year competition, to pick his favourites.


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Launching the UKOTs Online Herbarium

by: Sara Barrios, UK Overseas Territories team blog
22 May 2012

We are bringing the unique and amazing plants that grow in the UKOTs, including those from the Caribbean, a little closer to you in celebration of International Day of Biological Diversity. Just a shame we can't bring the Caribbean weather too!

Rhododendron in the Japanese Garden

'Capturing spring' photo challenge

21 May 2012

Browse our 'Capturing spring' photo challenge gallery, showcasing our favourite photos shared amongst Kew's growing Flickr community. 


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A summer of new experiences

by: Christina Harrison, Kew magazine blog
17 May 2012

There will be plenty of new experiences to be had at Kew this summer - from appreciating intriguing sculptures to discovering lost Georgian kitchens. You can find out much more about them all in Kew magazine.

Putting the Economic Botany Collection online

by: Mark Nesbitt, Economic Botany blog
16 May 2012

Regular readers will have noticed a long pause since my last blog post. That's because we've been working hard on getting the Economic Botany Collection online.

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